Category Archives: self-driving cars

Automotive 2.0: Israeli Startup Landscape

Source:  10 of the hottest self-driving technologies from Israel Advertisements

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Self-Driving Cars: A Solution to Distracted Driving?

Self-driving cars continued to make headlines recently. Google (Waymo) opened its early rider program in Phoenix, Arizona, to “hundreds” of residents “with diverse backgrounds and transportation needs.” Baidu open sourced its self-driving technology and said it’s on track to deliver self-driving cars by the … Continue reading

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Self-Driving Cars: Challenges, Expectations, Hype, and Healthy Skepticism

See also Rodney Brooks on the Unexpected Consequences of Self Driving Cars: In this post I will explore two possible consequences of having self driving cars, two consequences that I have not seen being discussed, while various car companies, non-traditional … Continue reading

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Data Is Eating the World: Self-Driving Cars

  Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich explained why the company was so keen to move into the world of self-driving cars. “Many of you have asked why we think autonomous cars and vehicles are so important to Intel’s future,” Krzanich said … Continue reading

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Everything You Wanted to Know about Self-Driving Cars in One Infographic

 

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Questions about the self-driving car bubble

Artur Kiulian comments on Frank Chen’s 16 questions about self-driving cars: The major assumption is that “Everything that moves will go autonomous”, and we are not only talking about cars, all the trucks on our roads, drones in the sky, shopping … Continue reading

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Autonomous Driving and the Future of Transportation

Mark Harris: “2017 will show us that limited deployments are technically, legally, and socially possible, even under today’s laws,” says Bryant Walker Smith, a professor at the University of South Carolina. The cars themselves, with their distinctive sensor rigs mounted … Continue reading

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